Our free Herbal Holiday Guide eBook includes my favorite recipes for delicious, nourishing herbal gifts and merriment.


Ho, ho, no! Looks like our Herbal Holiday Guide has flown back to the North Pole until next year.


Stay on the lookout for the Guide's return next holiday season.


In the meantime, you can download our Budding Herbalist Guide or check out our blog for a fresh botanical fix.

Pamper Your Friends & Family

Hibiscus Chutney

Herbal Finishing Salts

Raspberry Rose Syrup

Hibiscus Margaritas

Salt Scrubs

& more Herbal Gift Ideas!

Hello there, Rosebay!

Juliet Blankespoor


I'm Juliet, the herbalist behind this guide.

I founded the Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine in 2007 and serve as the school’s primary instructor and Creative Director. I've been a professional plant-human matchmaker for close to three decades.  I caught the plant bug when I was nineteen and went on to earn a degree in Botany.  I’ve owned just about every type of herbal business you can imagine: an herbal nursery, a medicinal products business, a clinical practice, and now, an herbal school.

 

These days, I channel my botanical obsession with my writing and photography in my online programs and my personal blog, Castanea. I'm writing my first book: Cultivating Medicinal Herbs: Grow, Harvest, and Prepare Handcrafted Remedies from Your Home Garden. My houseplants and I share a home with my family and herb books in Asheville, North Carolina.



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